I’m a big spender on digital warez sold on Apple’s content stores. Typically, I would pick up various digital books and iOS/Mac apps on a regular basis – music not so much, that’s what Spotify is for.
I’d also rent TV shows and buy movie downloads from time to time. You couldn’t go as far as to say that I’d buy anything because I’m very particular and as such purchase only items that have really piqued my curiosity. The problem is, my interests are very diverse and my wallet can only bear so much.
But if you’re a movie buff and don’t mind having your movies tied to Apple devices (hello, FairPlay DRM!), you must have spotted Apple’s movie bundles before, some of which are sold at a deep discount.
In this not-to-be-missed opportunity the California firm is currently offering several memorable movie trilogies in high-definition, including The Matrix, The Lord of the Rings and more, priced at $14.99 each…
Here are your download links:
- The Dark Knight Trilogy
- The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
- Ocean’s Trilogy
- The Matrix Trilogy
- Lethal Weapon Movie Collection
Again, each of the aforementioned bundles will set you back just $14.99 – or less than the price of new iTunes movies (typically $19.99) – so this is a great opportunity to take advantage of this limited-time promotion.
All bundles include individual movies in high-definition 1080p resolution. As a bonus, The Dark Knight and Ocean’s Trilogy bundles come with iTunes Extras complete with interactive menus, cast information, featurettes, making-of segments and what not.
Hungry for more?
Apple’s Movie Bundles section on iTunes offers more than three dozen movie collections, with prices ranging from the $29.99 Godfather Trilogy to the four-film $34.99 Batman collection to the $74.99 Harry Potter Complete Collection.
As noted by Dan DeSilva, Apple is also offering Colbie Caillat’s “Trya” as its Free Single of the Week and a pair of free iTunes First Plays – Linkin Park’s “The Hunting Party” and Tiësto’s “A Town Called Paradise” – both to be released on June 17.
Do you buy/rent movies on iTunes?